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June 2011

jyoti bindu

jyoti bindu parmaatma sey, hai meri atamama, abachal karale milan

French to English

Monsieur vous que j ai ete fois que je l aime aussi

It’s messed up. The best I can make of it is this: "You sir I was once that I love her too." —Stephen (Talk) 05:39, 3 June 2011 (UTC)

english to khmer

Please translate the name Chanthy into khmer

ចាន់ធី —Stephen (Talk) 05:33, 3 June 2011 (UTC)

english to gaelic translation

risk a lot to save a lot

these wings will take me to heaven

german translation of a phrase

I am love and My heart is the Temple

Ich bin Liebe. Mein Herz ist der Tempel. —Stephen (Talk) 22:25, 3 June 2011 (UTC)

sanskrit

I am fine. Today i felt better.

English to Thai Translation

What is the translation "It is your mind that creates the world" into Thai

a story of shakuntala

Translate into Latin

Hi,

I am looking for a Latin translation of "Heart of Gold".

Thanks in advance.

Cor auri. —Stephen (Talk) 06:15, 6 June 2011 (UTC)

plese translate this cambodian sentence into english

Merl sduy ning..tov tver Kah pleam! chirsss

Sorry, I don’t recognize the words in that Roman spelling. Can you write it in Khmer script? Otherwise, I have no idea. —Stephen (Talk) 06:10, 6 June 2011 (UTC)

hebrew to english

Please could someone translate קוראת to English and tell me what is the exact phonetic pronunciation?

I think that means readers. I would pronounce it "korét". —Stephen (Talk) 05:00, 8 June 2011 (UTC)
No, not "readers": it's definitely singular. it's actually "(I/you/she) reads" or "(I/you/she) is reading". It's the feminine singular present-tense of the verb. That verb means "read" most commonly now, but can also mean "call out". For many verbs, the present tense is also used as a noun ("reader" (feminine) in this case), and while that sounds odd to me for this verb, I can't exclude the possibility.​—msh210 (talk) 18:35, 20 June 2011 (UTC)

english to sanskrit/khmer script

can u translate "faith" for me tnx :)

Sanskrit: श्रद्धा (śraddhā) (śraddhā)
Khmer: ជំនឿ (chumnɨə) —Stephen (Talk) 05:09, 8 June 2011 (UTC)

are the words śraddhā and chumnɨə how u write it or how u pronounce it? i would like to know how to write them! tnx alot stephen! :)

No, śraddhā and chumnɨə are the pronunciations. The words are श्रद्धा (śraddhā) and ជំនឿ. If you do not see the letters in Sanskrit or Khmer, it means that you do not have the fonts installed for those languages. You have to have the fonts or you will just see ???? or boxes. —Stephen (Talk) 13:28, 20 June 2011 (UTC)

i see the words but i thot there is a way to write/spell them in say our letters maybe?

śraddhā and chumnɨə are a way to write them in our letters. Sanskrit uses the Devanagari alphabet, Khmer uses the Khmer alphabet, and English uses the Roman alphabet. To write श्रद्धा (śraddhā) in Roman letters, it’s śraddhā. —Stephen (Talk) 19:42, 29 June 2011 (UTC)

oh ok thank you so much for helping me! ;)

Help please

You are the sun the moon and the desire of my heart in gaelic

Can I have the English word "Serenity" into Bengali script?

I want to get a tattoo of the word serenity but I want it to be in bengali script.

I think it is চিত্তস্হৈর্য (cittashairya), but get a second opinion before you make it a tattoo. —Stephen (Talk) 05:54, 10 June 2011 (UTC)

I am the black swan

Please translate "I am the black swan" to latin

Niger sum olor. —Stephen (Talk) 21:45, 10 June 2011 (UTC)

Translation to Khmer please?

Hi there,

I was after translation please for the following:

While we breathe, we will hope

and

The midwife within

Cheers

Kellie

"True light" in Latin

How do I say "true light" in Latin?

I would like the phrase let it be translated into both Jesus' Aramaic and Latin please

Hi~ I think Jesus' aramaic was harrod, or that's a deparment store. I am considering this as a tattoo. I would like to see the phrase: let it be :in both aramaic & Latin to see which looks more peaceful. Thank you.

Latin: amen
Aramaic: ܐܡܝܢ —Stephen (Talk) 06:22, 12 June 2011 (UTC)

transate me in khmer language

hi i want you to covert in khmer language these phrase :

my beloved grandmother voula your presence still lingers here farewell god knows when we shall meet again.

Eng-Chinese

Hazel Ryley Lilly

I don’t know the best way to translate Hazel, but Ryley = 莱利 (Lái Lì), and Lilly = 莉莉 (Lì Lì). —Stephen (Talk) 08:59, 13 June 2011 (UTC)
Hazel could be (one of the most common transliterations) 黑澤爾 (traditional Chinese) / 黑泽尔 (simpliified Chinese) (Hēizé'ěr). --Anatoli 10:16, 13 June 2011 (UTC)


how are u dear

hi

can you translate this phrase to a simple phrase in english? "It's O.K. to get wound up when you think you are getting ripped off". thank before hand.

"It is okay to be upset when you think someone is cheating you" might be one way to simplify that phrase (mostly by removing the colloquialisms). It's possible to dumb it down further, but some meaning may be lost. How "simple" must the vocabulary be? Tempodivalse [talk] 03:10, 17 June 2011 (UTC)

Swedish - listening (syl vs kyl)

In Appendix:Swedish_pronunciation#Vowels, can someone confirm that the speaker indeed is saying "kyl /ɕyːl/" and not "syl"? (It was originally marked as "syl", I changed it to "kyl".) The name of the audio file needs to be updated too. Vaste 10:24, 16 June 2011 (UTC)

He is saying "syl" with an S, but it sounds very similar to a tj-sound since he's aspirating quite a lot, but it's syl with an S. --Lundgren8 (t · c) 15:42, 30 October 2011 (UTC)

Translation

I would like to know how to say "I love you with all my heart, soul, and mind" in scottish gaelic please

English to hawaiian

the phrase "my lover"

kuʻu ipo —Stephen (Talk) 16:28, 17 June 2011 (UTC)

Lord, do you still think my ways are bad

Lord, do you still think my ways are bad

Into what language would you like this sentence translated? Tempodivalse [talk] 21:39, 18 June 2011 (UTC)

translation into tagalog version

    why does the polytical science is io exist?
Bakit ang agham pampulitika umiiral? —Stephen (Talk) 09:13, 18 June 2011 (UTC)

Need help translating three lines from English into Arabic (provide Arabic and Latin script if possible)

1/ Nightingale, I took you for a messenger; 2/ and I return to the garden -- my tower; 3/ except that it's not grass but rather blossoms

translation from english to scottish gaelic please

hi,

could i have this translated from the english into scottish gaelic please...

"as long as but a hundred of us remain alive, never will we on any conditions be brought under English rule. It is in truth not for glory, nor riches, nor honours that we are fighting, but for freedom -- for that alone, which no honest man gives up but with life itself."

Jesus in sanskrit

how to write jesus word in sanskrit

ईसा (īsā) —Stephen (Talk) 12:12, 20 June 2011 (UTC)

Translation into hebrew

I'm wanting a tattoo down my spine saying "forever in my heart" can someone please translate this into Hebrew? Thank you—This comment was unsigned.

A nice way of saying it might be לעולם בלבבי.​—msh210 (talk) 18:31, 20 June 2011 (UTC)

Shock the world

Do it for those For whom the bell tolled

English to Latin

"A miracle happened here." --Daniel 13:27, 20 June 2011 (UTC)

  • Hic mirabile facta est. SemperBlotto 13:46, 20 June 2011 (UTC)
    • We don't seem to have that sense of sum. According to our entry, it's only a first-person form of "to be". does it need to be added? (Or is the first-person form used in a sentence like "a miracle happened here" for some reason?)​—msh210 (talk) 18:28, 20 June 2011 (UTC)
      • Sorry - wrong person of right auxiliary verb. SemperBlotto 18:31, 20 June 2011 (UTC)
        • What's wrong with SemperBlotto's original? Tense, number and person seem right for the idiom. Salmoneus Aiolides Χαῖρε 16:20, 28 June 2011 (UTC)
          • My Latin is not as good as it once was, but SemperBlotto's translation now appears correct. I think Msh210 was referring to this error, likely a typo. Tempodivalse [talk] 18:09, 28 June 2011 (UTC)

Thanks for everyone. --Daniel 20:51, 8 July 2011 (UTC)

english to latin

Why does the garden still grow around my heart?

cur circa cordem meum hortus etiam nunc summittitur?, though the verb might be a touch poetic and the openning is jingly. Salmoneus Aiolides Χαῖρε 16:02, 28 June 2011 (UTC)

Thanks!

English to Khmer

Hi all, Was wondering if anyone could translate "I will remember" and just "remember" into Khmer script? Any help would be appreciated, Thanks.

ខ្ញុំចាំមិនភ្លេចទេ (knyom cham mɨn plɨch tei)
Remember = ចាំ (cham) —Stephen (Talk) 00:14, 21 June 2011 (UTC)

Translation from English to Khmer please

My dearest son I love you very much and miss you and think of you always Your loving father

greek to ancient greek

I think this is the greek translation of 1.136, but I would be greatful if this can be converted to ancient greek.

Είμαι χερουβείμ. Μερικές φορές πρέπει να περιμένετε πριν πάρετε το επόμενο βήμα σας. Να είστε υπομονετικοί και ξέρετε δημιουργήθηκαν στα αστέρια και είναι το πεπρωμένο σας να επιστρέψει. Χαίρε σε αυτή τη γνώση, γιατί είναι το δώρο της ζωής.

Translated in Hawaiian

Live life without regret.

and

Life life, No regrets.

foreign swedish

What Swedish letters would be used to make foreign names? A list with all the sounds the letters make would be very useful.

What are you asking for? Swedish uses a-ö (a-z + å,ä,ö), including the same letters with some accents (in foreign loan words, e.g. café). Vaste 09:19, 29 June 2011 (UTC)

Swedish lyrics

Can someone give me the lyrics of these songs from Caramell: Skattjakt, Bara Vänner, Telefon, Ett & Två. I'd do it myself, but I don't speak Swedish, nor do I understand most of the phonetics involved.

Have you tried to google? Then there's Google Translate too. Vaste 09:19, 29 June

"Treasure hunt, just friends, telephone, one and two." To understand what they mean with that, I need context. It might be poetical or nonsense...

english to khmer script

Hi I would like to translate as close as possible to "hope for a better future" thanks in advance Kerrie

Translating

May your enemies run far away from you

If you acquire riches, may they remain yours always
Your beauty will be that of Gandharva
Wherever you may go, many will attend, serve and protect you, surrounding you on all sides

how to write the word TRUTH in SANSKRIT

Truth = सत्य (satya) (satya) —Stephen (Talk) 15:48, 28 June 2011 (UTC)

hindi to sanskrit

Barkha Dutt was born in New Delhi to her father, S.P.Dutt, an official in Air India and Prabha Dutt who was a well-known journalist with the Hindustan Times. Barkha credits her journalism skills to her mother, Prabha, a pioneer among women journalists in India. Prabha Dutt died in 1984, when she was in her prime, due to a brain haemorrhage. Barkha's younger sister Bahar Dutt[4] is also a T.V. journalist working for CNN IBN

[edit] CareerBarkha studied in Modern School, New Delhi and graduated from St. Stephen's College, Delhi with a degree in English literature. She received a Master's in Mass Communications from Jamia Millia Islamia Mass Communication Research Center, New Delhi. She started her journalistic career with NDTV and later rose to head the English news wing of the organization. She also got a master's in journalism from Columbia University's Graduate School of Journalism, New York assisted by a Inlaks Shivdasani Foundation scholarship.[5]

[edit] Awards and accoladesDutt was conferred the Padma Shri, a civilian honor in India by Congress government in 2008, for her coverage of the 2004 Tsunami [6] Barkha also received the Commonwealth Broadcasting Association award for Journalist of the Year, 2007. Her Sunday talk show has won the most awards for any show across television channels, winning the Indian Television Academy award for Best Talk Show five years in a row.[7] In 2008, Dutt received the Indian News Broadcasting Award for the Most Intelligent News Show Host.[8] She has been awarded the Global Leader of Tomorrow Award twice by the World Economic Forum (2001, 2008).[9] She has also received Society's Young Achievers Award. [10] She has been nominated as a member of India's National Integration Council by Congress Government.[11][12] She was also Asia Society Fellow in 2006 and serves on the International Advisory Council of the Asia Society.[13]

english to sanskrit

Wo Must Take Care Of Environment Our natural environment is something that we must forever take care of, treasure and respect. Unfortunately, we only have one planet, one earth, one environment and if we ruin it, we risk destroying it forever and causing irreversible damage that will be devastating for us and our generation but even more so for the future generations that haven't had a chance to live, experience and enjoy what we have.

There are many things that each and everyone of us can to do help protect our environment and reduce the impact that our life styles and way of living has on the environment. If we each do our bit for the environment, no matter how small, we can create a positive reversal on negative impact. By becoming more environmentally aware and through reducing each of our own carbon footprints, we can minimise the detrimental effect we have on our world.

What can we do in our quest for looking after our environment? We can all look after our environment and do things to become more environmentally friendly. One of the easiest and basic menas of becoming more environmentally considerate is to REUSE, REDUCE, RECYCLE

ReUse If something has more than a single usage, use it more than once. A classic example of this is reusing plastic shopping bags. These can be reused over and over again. An even better idea is to get the Environmentally Friendly shopping bags that most large supermarkets and even now a number of shops - like Rip Curl - have available for customers.

Reduce Reducing our usage of non renewable resources is paramount. Using things to their full potential, not wasting them and appreciating them without overusing and abusing them can have an extremely positive impact. Here are some very simple examples. Reducing our electricity usage will...

By recycling, we will reduce the amount of rubbish that needs to be taken to landfills, minimising the impact of rubbish fill on the land.

English to Latin 2

"Latin. Do you speak it?" --Daniel 23:23, 26 June 2011 (UTC)

The quote literally would be lingua Latina. loqueris?; "Do you speak Latin?" would be linguam Latinam loqueris? Salmoneus Aiolides χαῖρε 23:51, 26 June 2011 (UTC)
A better translation would be loqueris latinē? since Classical Latin did not express languages as nouns. --EncycloPetey 20:05, 6 July 2011 (UTC)
Thanks. --Daniel 20:50, 8 July 2011 (UTC)
That's hardly true. Generally an adverb in a question like this indicates skill. To speak Latine in classical Latin would be to speak good Latin. This is a usage adopted from Greek. I don't know where one would come upon a comparable example of something along the lines of loquor latine meaning simply "I speak Latin". Salmoneus Aiolides Χαῖρε 05:03, 9 July 2011 (UTC)

my family my life

my family my life—This comment was unsigned.

  • Portuguese: "Minha família, minha vida." --Daniel 00:37, 27 June 2011 (UTC)

== English to sanskrit == everyone knows that in summer holidays everyone enjoy so i also enjoy summer holidays. i went to my nani house and there i enjoy and play with my friend and with my brother.i also went to my mausi house.There i play many games and they are very interesting also.we also go to water park which is the biggest water park in asia.there we play many games in which we earn lot of points.we also go to mc donalds where we eat burger and ice-cream. then we came back to home.we enjoy lot and when we went to nani house then i play lot with my sister.she is very smalland cute.

Maori translation

I would like to know what: "Nothing overcomes a mothers love" would be in the New Zealand Maori language.

Maori

what is "forever and always" in Maori (English to Maori)

āke tonu atu —Stephen (Talk) 08:28, 28 June 2011 (UTC)

This might be a lot to ask

But can you please translate this poem in Cyrillic alphabet?

Do not stand at my grave and weep I am not there. I do not sleep. I am a thousand winds that blow. I am the diamond glints on snow. I am the sunlight on ripened grain. I am the gentle autumn rain. When you awaken in the morning’s hush I am the swift uplifting rush. Of quiet birds in circled flight. I am the soft stars that shine at night. Do not stand at my grave and cry; I am not there. I did not die.

Many languages use the Cyrillic alphabet. To be clear, do you want this translated into a specific language, or a simple transliteration into Cyrillic (i.e. the same English phonetic sounds, represented not by Latin but Cyrillic script)? Tempodivalse [talk] 18:01, 28 June 2011 (UTC)

@ Tempodivalse

I sort of wanted it to look like this. So I guess it's Romanian Cyrillic. I want it to be just the way it is so yes, maybe you can just transliterate it if that's possible. I wanted it tattooed on me. I'd really appreciate your help. :)

Hmm. Romanian Cyrillic hasn't been used since the 1860s, and that particular text you linked to employs the old, archaic alphabet, which hasn't been used for over 150 years. It's significantly different from modern Cyrillic, and I don't know if we have any editors who can do a reliable transliteration in it (although I'll ask around.) Would using the modern Cyrillic alphabet be suitable for your purposes?
(BTW: please add four tildes ~~~~ at the end of your messages so we can tell more easily which user wrote it. Also, you can type your reply directly under my reply instead of creating a new section each time.) Tempodivalse [talk] 20:00, 28 June 2011 (UTC)
I think he is only interested in the superficial appearance of the BukyVede Old Cyrillic font and would be happy if the language used were Modern Romanian (Moldovan), Modern Bulgarian, Modern Russian, etc. —Stephen (Talk) 20:20, 28 June 2011 (UTC)

English to German

"I'm bored" to German, please :-) 81.68.255.36 12:07, 29 June 2011 (UTC)

Mir ist langweilig. —Stephen (Talk) 18:49, 29 June 2011 (UTC)